City Phone Numbers &
311 3rd St., P.O. Box
Hours: 8:00 – 12:00 and 12:30-4:30
Public Works Department:
Non-emergency Fire Dept.:
Non-emergency Police Dept.:
City Provided Utilities
The City of Princeton provides service for
water, sewer, garbage and recycling. Here are a few things you
might want to know about your utility service.
Bills for city provided utilities are
mailed on the first of the month. Bills are due by the
fifteenth of the month. Bills that are not paid by the
fifteenth have a penalty added. Disconnection proceedings will
begin on the twenty fifth of the month for any unpaid bills. A
$50.00 utility charge will be required before service is
Garbage and recycling pickup is done
curbside on Fridays. Please have items by the curb by 5:00
a.m. If a holiday falls within that week, garbage will be
picked up on Saturday of that week. Large item pickup is the
first Saturday of the month. Please call City Hall for any
large item pickup you may have. There is a $10.00 fee per
item. Yard waste may be burned, but keep your neighbor’s
comfort and the weather conditions in mind when doing so. Do
not burn yard waste in the streets.
Electricity and natural gas – MidAmerican
Telephone and Internet service-Iowa Telecom
Cable TV and Internet service – Mediacom –
For locating underground service: Iowa One
There are two churches located in
Princeton. The Zion Lutheran Church is located on Highway 67
and Hubbard Street. The Princeton Presbyterian Church is
located on 3rd Street. Our Lady of the River is
located between Princeton and
Le Claire and is at 28200 226th St. Pl.
Basic services in the community include a
post office, bank and a library. We have one restaurant on
River Dr. and a catering business. A Casey’s General Store is
located on Highway 67. Portz’s Garage is located on Highway
do body and general automotive work. Bruce’s Barber Shop is
located on River Drive. Big city services are not far away.
Princeton is centrally located between Clinton and
For your convenience these services are
available at the City Hall during regular hours: notary
service, fax machine and copy machine.
Construction permits are required before
any new construction or alterations or additions take place.
The same guidelines hold true for any water or sewer
construction. Applications and information sheets are available
at City Hall.
Princeton has a Friends of the
Library, a Princeton Community Center Committee a
Princeton Days Committee and a
Econ. Dev. Board and Bike Path Committee. Princeton also has a
Baseball Association and a
Park Board. These organizations welcome any and all volunteers.